19th - 23rd August 2019, Maximum number of attendees = 8
This is a brand new event from ORMS and promises to be a real game changer. You will have the opportunity to complete 3 highly regarded courses in the field of prehospital care:
In addition, you will attend workshops on:
- Human Factors in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest
- Principles of Confined Space Rescue
- Principles of Safe Working at Height
Finally, you will get the opportunity to practice these skills in scenarios, focussed on trauma encountered in industrial settings.
If all of this isn’t enough, the fee includes your accommodation and all of your meals whilst staying at our facility in Snowdonia, North Wales.
We have deliberately kept numbers to a maximum of 8 to ensure you receive the highest quality experience.
The price, £1500, represents real value for what promises to be an informative & exciting experience.
Book soon to avoid disappointment.
Evidence based airway management
We will be running this brand new event later in the year. “The ORMS Trauma Experience” will consist of a full week, comprising of:
“The ORMS Trauma Experience” includes Full Board Accommodation at our centre in the Snowdonia National Park, North Wales. You will have the opportunity to complete the courses above with the addition of specially designed workshops, focusing on:
- Human Factors in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest
- Confined Space Working
- Safe Working at Height
You will also have ample opportunity for practice during the week and a full day of industrial trauma scenarios.
If you are interested in “The ORMS Trauma Experience” and would like to know more when we release dates and finalise the price just Like this post and we’ll get in touch.
Its been a fantastic year for us at ORMS. This year we have:
- continued to provide a high level of education for our students on Paramedic programmes,
- become a NAEMT centre,
- become a Difficult Airway Course centre,
- continued to provide training to our international students, and
- welcomed new staff onboard.
We have enjoyed every minute of 2018 and are really looking forward to 2019.
The office will be closed from 1700hrs, 18th December through to 3rd January 2019 for a well-earned rest. However, spoiler alert, here are just some of our plans for next year:
- HSE Offshore Medic courses to include remote medicine,
- Aviation medicine,
- A new, PG Dip course
- Highly immersive experiences:
- Trauma Week
- Medicine Week
- Paediatrics Week
- And more…
But for now, we would just like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Within our programmes we consistently seek to include inter professional learning, this way all agencies have good situational awareness of each role. Increasing rescuer and patient safety.
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— Read on staff.nwales-fireservice.org.uk/english/y-fflam-september-2018/training-awareness/crews-take-part-in-rtc-exercise-with-outreach-medic-rescue-skills-staff
We have spaces left on our Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) course running in December.
PHTLS is internationally recognised as the leading continuing education programme for pre-hospital emergency trauma care. PHTLS is accredited by the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT).
The course is aimed at any person engaged in the delivery of pre-hospital care to trauma patients. It is taught in accordance with the PHTLS syllabus but also has a strong emphasis on hazardous and industrial rescue environments.
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Our latest Difficult Airway Course EMS is underway, welcoming Jamie to our centre again.
Our next course is running on the 18th-19th October, we still have some spaces remaining so book here to secure your space.
Does your sports centre have an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)?
Evidence shows better outcomes when AEDs are available.
We are able to provide advice on purchasing and the training to go with it.
Get in touch for more information.
Intravenous Low-Dose Ketamine Provides Greater Pain Control Compared to Fentanyl in a Civilian Prehospital Trauma System: A Propensity Matched Analys… – PubMed – NCBIPrehosp Emerg Care. 2018 May 18:1-8. doi: 10.1080/10903127.2018.1469704. [Epub ahead of print]
— Read on www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/29775117/
This article raises the old conundrum of time vs distance, to HEMS or not to HEMS, that is the question.
It would be interesting to see a study conducted in the U.K. to include other factors such as:
- The impact in time when transferring to landing sites away from hospital
- The impact from hospital delays in availability of ambulances for pick up
As you know, the results of the Adrenaline 2 trial have now been published. Here is a great resource published by Warwick University summarising the results.
This is sure to be a feature in future discussions on guidance from the Resuscitation Councils. It will also feature in education for Paramedics in Academic reading, research and ethics.